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BBC Electrifying Africa in Kenya

Mother Channel | COP 23 | BBC Electrifying Africa in Kenya

This video sees BBC investigating journalist Tom Heap traveling Africa and discovering how they intend to get electricity to satisfy demand which currently massively exceeds supply. Science is at the core of the solution with Geo thermal energy production   potentially solving the country’s electricity problems. When traveling around the Great ...

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Suriname – Land of Many Colors

Mother Channel | COP 23 | Suriname Land of Many Colors

Suriname is a warm, dense convergence of rivers that thumps with the lively rhythm of ethnic diversity. From Paramaribo, the country’s effervescent Dutch-colonial capital, to the fathomless jungles of the interior, you’ll get a genuine welcome to this tiny country – whether from the descendants of escaped African slaves, Dutch ...

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South Suriname Conservation Corridor ENG

Mother Channel | COP23 | South Suriname Conservation Corridor ENG

Conservation International is an environmental organization that has worked in Suriname for the last 25 years, and 30 years internationally in 40 countries to protect nature for the benefit of people. Suriname is a small country on the north-eastern coast of South America. It’s defined by vast swaths of tropical rainforest, Dutch ...

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Drone training Conservation International Suriname ENG

Mother Channel | COP23 | Drone training Conservation International Suriname ENG

For nearly 30 years, Conservation International (CI) has been protecting nature for the benefit of all​. As a company they completely realise that  human beings are totally dependent on nature and that by saving nature, we’re saving ourselves. To that end, CI is helping to build a healthier, more prosperous ...

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Wave Chasers

Mother Channel | COP23 | Wave Chasers

With a team of six scientists, engineers, and PhD students who make up his Wave Chasers group, Alford travels to undersea hot spots—areas around the globe with strong tidal currents, where many internal waves are formed—and deploys torpedo-shaped instruments to the ocean floor, where they are able to record the ...

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Scripps Oceanography – CO2 Increase

Mother Channel | COP23 |Scripps Oceanography - CO2 Increase

This video gives you a brief explanation of the “Keeling’s curve” and how it came about.  The Keeling Curve is a graph that plots the ongoing change in concentration of carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere since the 1950s. It is based on continuous measurements taken at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii ...

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The Surfboard Fin That’s Saving the Ocean

Mother Channel | COP23 | The Surfboard Fin That’s Saving the Ocean

This video tells us all about the very special “smart fin” which has been designed again by some forward thinking scientists. There is already a plethora of detailed information from the deep sea out there however very little data exists about the sea shores. It’s a great invention because it ...

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Scripps Oceanography Intro

Mother channel | COP23 | Scripps Oceanography Intro

This is a quick introduction to the Scripps institution of Oceanography in UC San Diego. The institution cares massively about marine life and how to preserve and measure it. There are many qualified scientists on board including physical oceanographers, Marine biologists, meteorologists, seismologists, marine ecologists, paleo biologists, chemical oceanographers, geophysicists ...

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Scripps Oceanography @ COP 23

Mother Channel | COP23 | Scripps Oceanography @ COP 23

Nature is changing at rates never seen before From Deep ocean ecosystem where time stands still to coastal environments where penguins hang to the atmosphere where pollutants add to the mix of aerosols making a global journey. The chemical and physical balance of planter earth is being altered; this is ...

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Air Quality and Climate Change in the Arabian Basin

Mother Channel | COP23 | Air Quality and Climate Change in the Arabian Basin

This video shows you what the end result can be when institutions that really care about air quality team up for a mission together. The mission was to examine air quality and its effect on public health, climate and natural environment. The cruise was 10 weeks long and followed a ...

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